Weekly Yoga classes on:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 5pm – 6:30pm at the yoga shalla

Price : 35,000rp per person

• Yoga classes can be cancelled if lack of numbers or public holidays
• It is best not to eat food at least two hours prior to the class
• Wear tight fitting yoga clothes or comfortable clothing
• Yoga mats are supplied

Yoga classes start at 5PM 


Event: Full Moon, New Moon Puja as well as Kliwon Days on the Balinese Calendar.

Time: Puja starts around 7pm and finishes usually after 10pm

Dress code: Sarong, Sash and top covering shoulders (preferably white)

The Ashram disciples dance and chant the sacred songs of Jnana Buda Siwa as well as do prayer with short meditation. If you wish to join our Puja and you are a new visitor please come to the ashram shop to pick up a sarong rental or purchase a sarong if you dont have one. Please request guidance into the ashram or e mail us.



There are a series of ceremonies held during our Holy Month of July which celebrate Jnana Buda Siwa at Ashram Munivara. Annual Anniversary celebrations for Jnana Buda Siwa at Ashram Munivara are held every year on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th and 17th July.

Dress code: Ashram dress code is required as it is a formal event. On the 13th July it is a yellow dress code as a symbol of the Divine Mother.

All advertised time schedules can be subject to change.

See calendar for more details.

Daily Schedule

The daily schedule for student house guests and visitors include practices taught in Ashram Munivara, which combine Walking Meditation, Chanting, Yoga and Japa. Walking Mediation is performed using mala beads and circumambulating the grounds of the Ashram whilst chanting “Om Namah Shiva Ya”. Drop in visitors are welcome to join our daily schedule but we recommend to make an appointment by e mail.

To Join: Appointment and Dress code required. Program is by donation.

This maybe cancelled during our anniversary events.


PUJA SARASWATI : January 2021

Saraswati is celebrated over 3 days. First is Saraswati the main celebration day, following this is Banyu Pinaruh which is a spiritual purification bathing day and three days after this is Pagerwesi. Pagerwesi represents protecting the knowledge within oneself. Saraswati is held every 6 months on the Balinese calendar.

      • Saraswati:  30th January
      • Banyu Pinaruh:  31st January
      • Pagerwesi: 3rd February


Nyepi is a day of silence and the Balinese New Year.  All across Bali its a time to stop all regular activity and to reflect, meditate or at least stay indoors. At Ashram Munivara we practice the Nyepi day with Silence, fasting and meditation to honour this silent day annually around March.
Nyepi Retreat:  March 
The Nyepi Day consists of one full day of silence (no talking, reading or writing), fasting and meditation on the Nyepi day, the following morning at the Ashram we hold Agni Hotra (fire puja) at 5am and closing of Nyepi.

See Calendar for Dates

Limited space available Bookings are required.
Please see calendar for all special puja events dates and e mail for more details.